QuantHouse, an independent provider of high performance systematic trading solutions including market data services, algo development tools and global network infrastructure, has appointed Emmanuel Carjat as Chief Operating Officer, and Denery Fenouil as Chief Technology Officer.
In the role of COO, Carjat is responsible for managing QuantHouse operations helping to drive and guide the continued growth of the business. Carjat was the co-founder of Atrium Network founded in 2006 which was subsequently purchased by TMX Group in 2011, where he remained in the role of Managing director until 2015. In 2017, the TMX Atrium business was acquired by Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). Emmanuel gained a Masters in Telecommunications from Pierre and Marie Curie University.
Fenouil is a co-Founder of QuantHouse and has rejoined the company in the role of CTO with a focus on software and technology development. Denery has more than 20 years of experience designing and building successful technology solutions for established companies and startups such as IBM, ATOS and Karhoo. He was the designer and architect of the QuantHouse low latency market data technology. Denery holds a Master in Computer Science from UNSA of NICE, France.
Pierre Feligioni (pictured), CEO and Co-founder, QuantHouse, says: “We are delighted to welcome Emmanuel to QuantHouse and to see Denery return. We believe their extensive knowledge and combined experience will make great additions to the leadership team. As we continue to grow, it is important that we maintain the operational excellence that QuantHouse has become known for, and to do this we need to put the right people in place to build on the great work we have already achieved.”
Carjat says: “Over the past year I have seen the industry change and eagerly adopt new technologies, particularly around cloud-based operations, by outsourcing core infrastructure capabilities to third parties. With its API Ecosystem store, dedicated datacentres, market data feeds and fibre optic network, QuantHouse provides all the building blocks required by quant traders so they can focus their time and resources on developing trading strategies.”
Fenouil, CTO, adds: “It is with great pleasure that I rejoin the QuantHouse fold. Since the buyback from S&P in 2017 QuantHouse has achieved immense growth and recognition from the industry for the tools and services it provides to the quant trading community. I look forward to aiding QuantHouse in its on-going growth and transformation as it becomes the de facto trading environment for quantitative traders.”